Via Aminata.com, a March 30 report: Dinguiraye: doctors fled the hospital because a patient. Excerpt from a lightly edited Google translation:
Doctors at the regional hospital in the holy city of El Hadj Oumar Tall, a town 378 kilometers from the capital Conakry, in the region of Upper Guinea Savanna fled the hospital Saturday, March 29, 14 because of a patient transported from Matagania located only a few kilometers from the city.
According to our information, "when the patient came to Matagania was transported to the hospital, all the doctors who were there got scared and immediately they took to their heels, none of them could stay to find out what disease it is," said Dinguiraye witnesses.
Reached by telephone by our management, the Director said hospital, Dr. Abdoulaye Sy said to be en route to the capital Conakry. "I'm en route to Conakry, arrived there we'll talk about where I am the network is not reliable."
For his part, the mayor of Dinguiraye, Haja Kouro Sow, said: "I learned like you, that there's a patient who came to Matagania and is isolated at the prefectural hospital. I try to get more information to give you clear information, but I tried the number of the director of the hospital, I can not join."
For now, the citizens of the holy city of El Oumar Tall are in panic and do not know where to head. Despite the Guinea government and its partners continuing their efforts to stop the spread of this epidemic hemorrhagic fever.
Dinguiraye the image of most of the prefectures of Guinea suffers martyrdom. For long since it not only lacks basic infrastructure, but besides, it is immersed in a perpetual cloud of dust.